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September 2022
Buying or selling a home in the UK takes a lot of time, knowledge, and expertise. If you’re new to the conveyancing process, local authority searches on the property, drafting of contracts and exchange may be daunting to you.  You need a licensed property solicitor or a conveyancer to help when conveyancing in the UK....
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When buying a property, can you simply purchase and move in? No, there are numerous legal issues to consider before doing so. If one or all people involved in the sale have responsibilities such as finance and employment, then conveyancing includes a survey. The surveyor will measure all aspects of the property, including rooms, boundaries...
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Conveyancing is the process of transferring the legal title of real property from one person to another, and a conveyancing deed is an essential document used to effectuate the transfer. A properly executed conveyancing deed must be signed by both the grantor (the party transferring title) and the grantee (the party receiving title). At least...
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Conservation of Grazing
Driving past sheep in a field you may ignore them. However, these sheep are not merely grazing in a field but are in fact saving your local council money. Affects of Grazing In the current economic climate some local councils are understanding that conservation does not need to equate to extra funding. And, in fact...
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Valuation & Surveys
When you are purchasing a house for the first time, or even if you are a more seasoned purchaser. The difference between a valuation and a survey can be confusing. It is common to get the two tangled and hopefully this will give you a bit more clarity between them. Most buyers will ask a...
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What Is a Draft Contract When Selling a House
What Is a Draft Contract When Selling a House? The draft contract is the preliminary agreement your solicitor creates for your property transaction. It retains its ‘draft’ status until the exchange of contracts in the final stages, marking the moment when the sale becomes legally binding. Also See: Are Conveyancing Fees Tax Deductible?  What Is a...
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property-enquiries
So you are selling, or thinking of selling your property, congratulations, time to move onto greener pastures. Now what is the next step? Sit back and wait for the sale money to come in? Not quite, as most sellers will find they will be required to answer additional enquiries. Prior to this the seller will...
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change-conveyancing-solicitors
Buying or selling property is a lifetime decision. When purchasing property for the first time, you should be ready for a more challenging and stressful conveyancing process.  Buying property can be swift and straightforward, but it could also take weeks or months, with lots of legal work involved. That’s why it is advisable that you...
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